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Astronomical song

Or how to make astronomy memorable
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Whilst pondering the lack of (decent) astronomically themed songs, well except for "Super Massive Hole" of course.

I was wondering if it might make teaching this field of science easier in schools, prisons or latrines, or wherever people gather to look up at the stars.

I was thinking of something like "These Boötes are made for walking".

Yes, I am aware of astrocappella, but they are too wordy per name and "Drops of Jupiter" by Train which hardly mentions celestial objects at all....it's a swizz.

not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2012

Worth a mention http://www.metrolyr...s-monty-python.html
Can I have your liver? [Ling, Jun 25 2012]

Champagne Supernova http://www.youtube....watch?v=-cJauX_q6wI
[xandram, Jun 25 2012]

top 10 http://space.about..../a/spacesongs_2.htm
[xandram, Jun 25 2012]

"Hey Morrison, it's your birthday..." http://www.captainzoom.com/
"My name is Zoom and I live on the Moon," [RayfordSteele, Jun 27 2012]

The Planets... http://www.youtube....Nds&feature=related
Notice, he doesn't include Pluto. Prescient? [RayfordSteele, Jun 27 2012]


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       [+] Even though there are some, I'd like to hear more!
xandram, Jun 25 2012
  

       Well there is   

       Randy Crawford "When I Get Nova You",   

       Carl Thomas (who?) "Oh No (You Can't Be Sirius)"   

       and the perennial favourite "Never mind the Pollux" of course.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2012
  

       This is just a call for a list isn't it? You really should do better, n_m_rm. Or... <croon> ... would you like to swing on a star? Carry moonbeams home in a jar? </croon>
DrBob, Jun 25 2012
  

       Fly me to the moon   

       Bun for the sentiment , sometimes I wish popular music was more informative and insightful.   

       starships niki minaj
rcarty, Jun 25 2012
  

       Ah, the music of the spheres. (+)
I think that the barenaked ladies should get right on it.
  

       ...wait, that didn't come out right   

       the truth will out..   

       I thinking of that ever popular singing duo Kaus Media and Romeda...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2012
  

       Dark Star's "When Twilight Falls On NGC 891" (I don't seem able to add links, for some reason. Perhaps I'm a spambot)
Dub, Jun 25 2012
  

       They Might Be Giants have done astronomical songs.
nineteenthly, Jun 26 2012
  

       Tell me what you want to elucidate and I'll give it a shot.
UnaBubba, Jun 26 2012
  

       blimey...I think no one got the "..and Romeda".   

       Or was it just under-funny?
not_morrison_rm, Jun 26 2012
  

       Naw, it was just a strain...   

       I blame Ronnie Barker ->"that Shakespeare play, about them two guys, Titus and Ronicus"
not_morrison_rm, Jun 27 2012
  


 

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